Ella is based on main character of the French folk tale, Cinderella.
Appearance and Personality Edit
Ella is a lovely young woman. She has sandy brown hair and brown eyes. Her finished doll in The Final Cinderella wears a royal pink ball gown and a pair of beautiful glass slippers.
As with all Cinderellas, Ella possesses a pure heart and the virtues of courage, honesty, kindness and persistence.
Ella's mother died when she was young, and her father remarried a mean and selfish woman with two daughters of her own. When Ella's father died, her stepmother treated her poorly, making her work in the kitchens like a servant. When the Prince held a ball to find a wife to marry, Ella was forbidden to attend.
Godmother Amelia came to the girl and helped her, by transforming her decrepit clothes into a magical dress and Glass Slippers to wear. She also enchanted a pumpkin into a gorgeous Pumpkin Carriage to take Ella to the ball. Once there, the Prince was captivated by Ella and the two fell in love.
Ella Blom married her beloved Prince and the two lived happily ever after. Considering the number of relics and monuments to this original Cinderella tale at Hilltop Mansion, it is likely that Ella and her Prince once lived there.
Relevant Parables Edit
Ella Blom, The First Cinderella (from The Final Cinderella)
Once upon a time, there was a "Cinderella" named Ella. After her father died, she was sent to work in the kitchen by her stepmother. One day, news came that the Prince had decided to hold a ball. All the girls in the kingdom were invited, but Ella was forbidden to go. Forlornly, Ella made a wish that she could join her stepsisters at the ball. Hearing her desperate plea, Godmother appeared. She transformed a pumpkin and mice into a beautiful horse-drawn carriage. Then, Ella's rags were transformed into a stunning ball gown and glittering glass slippers. Arriving at the ball, Ella immediately captured the Prince's attention. He fell in love with her gentle nature, and they got married and lived happily ever after.
- Amelia (godmother)